James Joyce

Welcome to Dalston-on-Strand

Pick Me Up, London’s new graphic art fair, was a hands-on, inky-fingered success, reckons James Pallister, but will it have a lasting impact?

Joining Forces

Photorealistic CGI is a great problem-solving tool but can it be used in a more creative way? We decided to conduct an experiment: take six illustrators and designers with a handcrafted aesthetic and ask them to collaborate with six leading CGI studios. Each pair was asked to create one new image

CR June: CGI, Grad Guide and a World Cup Wallchart

The June issue of CR focuses on CGI, with six illustrators collaborating with six CGI studios to create original images. Plus, we have our Graduate Guide and, for subscribers, a World Cup Wallchart

Pick Me Up opens

Pick Me Up, the exhibition of illustration and graphic art at London’s Somerset House, opened tonight. Beware, a visit could prove rather expensive

iPad users – get ready to Granimate

Granimator is a new iPad app, developed by ustwo, which enables users to create soundscapes using imagery provided by a host of creatives including Airside, Pete Fowler, James Joyce and Jon Burgerman…

Art for anything that is sound

Unit Editions’ first newsprint publication unearths a selection of covers that Ronald Clyne designed for esoteric US record label, Folkways. The work, and the story of the label’s almost sacred mission, make for a compelling read

Wallpaper* vs Victorinox

Wallpaper* has collaborated with Victorinox – makers of the world-famous Swiss Army pocket knives – to produce three limited edition knives. One by James Joyce, another by Jamie Cullen, and the third by Wallpaper* itself…

James Joyce’s BBC posters and more nice work

Here’s a round-up of lovely projects that have caught our eye of late. First up is illustrator James Joyce’s series of ads for a new BBC science programme, Bang Goes The Theory, commissioned by Red Bee Media.

The Get Involved Poster Show

All the posters created during club-night Get Involved’s three year tenure at central London venue, The Social, have been reprinted for a new exhibition at Concrete Hermit…

Secret Blisters exhibition

Print Club London’s Secret Blisters exhibition of screenprints by 35 different artists opens next week in London…

Students Beg, Borrow… and Auction Artworks

Lot No. 43 Real Nice print by James Joyce, signed and editioned (12/25)
The final year students on the Graphic Communication course at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA) in Farnham have come up with a novel way to raise money for their degree show: They’ve contacted designers, photographers and illustrators they admire and persuaded them to donate a piece of work that they can auction off on a specially made website called Beg Steal or Borrow. So far they’ve got lots for auction from the likes of James Joyce, Pentagram, Jonathan Ellery, Frost*, Kate Moross, Jonathan Barnbrook, Julian Morey and more. Here are a few lots that caught our eye…

James Joyce Exhibition at Kemistry

Drawings And Other Objects opens at London’s Kemistry Gallery later this week and is designer and illustrator James Joyce’s first solo gallery exhibition…